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Hello golfers, one question what is something we need for golfing ?

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Hello players, im new to this forum and I love it so much information. I was sitting with a group of friends this weekend and we were discussing all of the things we wish made our games easier. So ideas started to generate we are in process of making our games easier and supply all of us with some need we might need, but not yet sold in stores or online.

My question is

What are somethings or something you need for your game that you cant find anywhere ?

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Invisible pants.

Guaranteed to make the group in front of you move faster, and the group behind you stay far far away. You'll own the course :beer:

Hover skateboard from Back to the Future. I think I would rock that on the golf course :-D

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Sweet spot attractant to spay on the golf ball.

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Sweet spot attractant to spay on the golf ball.

Might even spray some of that on my invisible pants, see if I can get me some sweet spot.

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Sweet spot attractant to spay on the golf ball.

That would be bad, because then you have another vector. So if the ball goes roughly 85% in the direction of the face angle for a driver, and 15% for path, what do you add in if the ball moves :-D

Might even spray some of that on my invisible pants, see if I can get me some sweet spot.

Oh god, that is just disturbing. Maybe I should reschedule my trip to Erie, PA :-P

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Hello players, im new to this forum and I love it so much information. I was sitting with a group of friends this weekend and we were discussing all of the things we wish made our games easier. So ideas started to generate we are in process of making our games easier and supply all of us with some need we might need, but not yet sold in stores or online. My question is What are somethings or something you need for your game that you cant find anywhere ?

Well, this is an interesting question.. The way I look at is that there are too many gadgets out there that just don't do anyone any good.. The one thing that would be interesting would be a laser with a golf club clap on or something.. It could be put on the handle so you see where your pointing on the take away, it can be put on putter to see where your aiming, and if course an iron and a driver.. I think it can help but not make anything easier, only a good swing does that!

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Volunteer spotters at every course. Lord knows there are days that I could use some spotters, but no course wants to pay a bunch of guys to stand in the woods.

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Common sense sandwich spread. For slow play. But seriously, rfid for golf balls. Yeah, tech not there yet. So much time saved if we all just walked up to our balls, no matter how hard they are to find, provided they're not in the drink or in a tree.

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If everyone was sincere about making golf "easier" for them they would play the appropriate tees relative to their skill. I realize there are other issues that contribute to slow play but here most of the time is it unskilled playing too far back and chasing errant shots all day. But few are concerned with making it easier. Smart pills is what we need.

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1.  Limiter For Practice Swings

2.  Minimal Time Allowed for Looking For Lost Ball

3.  Mechanism That Forces Individuals To Play From Proper Tees

4.  Eliminator of Jack-Asses From The Course

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For those that can't hit the ball more than 50 yards, please play the par 3 course....thank you.

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Hello players, im new to this forum and I love it so much information. I was sitting with a group of friends this weekend and we were discussing all of the things we wish made our games easier. So ideas started to generate we are in process of making our games easier and supply all of us with some need we might need, but not yet sold in stores or online.

My question is

What are somethings or something you need for your game that you cant find anywhere ?

Well, I keep all of my realistic and possibly profitable ideas to myself but, a super dense lead tape material so my clubs don't look so sloppy and permanent impact tape would be nice.

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Hello players, im new to this forum and I love it so much information. I was sitting with a group of friends this weekend and we were discussing all of the things we wish made our games easier. So ideas started to generate we are in process of making our games easier and supply all of us with some need we might need, but not yet sold in stores or online.

My question is

What are somethings or something you need for your game that you cant find anywhere ?

A good swing, sound short game, and better putting. In that order.

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